My novel The Keys to Heaven opens in 1918, when the protagonist, Eliza Augusta, gets the 'married women's' vote. The novel follows her and her apolitical sisters through the inter-war years. In contrast my blog concentrates on the absurdities of modern life.
My short story about 'Inspections' is timely as tomorrow's front pages of the broadsheets show Gove in retreat.
See my new facebook page to read details of four of my short stories which gently lampoon the notion of bureacracy, 'Austerity' and 'We're all in it together.'